Call of the Twice Removed:The Necessary and Unique Role for the African/Caribbean Muslim in the Future of Europe, America and Beyond

That “second removal,” a mass migration from the Caribbean colonies of young men and women coming to help the ‘motherland’, to make their way in life and even to make their fortunes. The “first removal,” that forced migration out of the continent of Africa into the Americas. There is no reversal, no going back. This entertaining work looks at the true legacy inherited from these two removals. More

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About Amal Abdalhakim-Douglas

The author was born in the UK of Jamaican parents and schooled in the UK until age thirteen when the family moved/returned to Jamaica. After high school, university, working in the family businesses (alternating between shopkeeper, bartender and bus bus conductor), and time as a very young civil servant, he returned to the UK as part of his own personal second removal.
After continuing his professional accounting studies he held various posts in that profession and ended up in the city. His first solo business venture in the as a travel and shipping agent in Paddington. As an entrepreneur he has never looked back since.
This experience has proved invaluable in his current role as an enterprise and fundraising consultant in which he advises major UK & international charities & NGOs, SMEs, new business startups and numerous trade bodies and organisations. He has developed and delivered numerous training courses, some of which can be found online at Mu'amalat College and School of Business & Enterprise. He always finds the time to continue his longstanding practice of teaching mathematics, business studies, Islamic studies and English to both children and adults. His work has taken him to across Africa, the Caribbean, North America and throughout Europe.
As an author he has written several books and countless articles, and also wrote and produced the play Diary of a 'Son of Africa.' He is Founder of the Open Trade Network, an original member of the League of the Black Stone, a respected community leader and activist, and has served on the board of many charitable and social organisations and enterprises.

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